An alleged live image featuring the upcoming OPPO smartwatch has been leaked on Weibo. The watch was initially teased by the company’s vice president Brian Shen in January, which showcased a curved watch face.
Uploaded by known Chinese leakster “Digital Chat Station”, the image also reveals that the OPPO smartwatch will be running on Google’s Wear OS. Additionally, the device is shown in all-black as opposed to the gold/cream colour variant showcased by Shen.
The leaker adds that it won’t be too big in terms of size, and will have an attractive price tag. Previous rumours suggests that the watch might feature eSIM support and ECG functions.
OPPO has been keeping information regarding the smartwatch under wraps. It is expected to be revealed during the Find X2‘s official launch in China on 6 March. It’s uncertain if the new watch will also make an appearance at the local launch of the Find X2 on 10 March.